Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships 2023–2024
Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships 2023–2024 are now open for admission applications for all international students from October 1, 2022. The deadline to submit the Swiss Excellence Scholarship application is December 1, 2022. It is a great chance to avail in order to study for free in Switzerland.
Each year the Swiss Confederation awards Government Excellence Scholarships to promote international exchange and research cooperation between Switzerland and over 180 other countries. Recipients are selected by the awarding body, the Federal Commission for Scholarships for Foreign Students (FCS).
Types of Swiss Excellence Scholarships 2023
- Art scholarships are open to art students wishing to pursue an initial master’s degree in Switzerland.
Art scholarships are awarded for study at any Swiss conservatory or university of the arts. This Swiss scholarship is available to students from a limited number of countries only.
- The Research Scholarship is available to post-graduate researchers in any discipline (who hold a master’s degree as a minimum) who are planning to come to Switzerland to pursue research or further studies at the doctoral or post-doctoral level. Research scholarships are awarded for research or study at all Swiss cantonal universities, universities of applied sciences, and the two federal institutes of technology. Only candidates nominated by an academic mentor at one of these higher education institutions will be considered.
The Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships 2023–2024 are aimed at young researchers from abroad who have completed a master’s degree or Ph.D. and at foreign artists holding a bachelor’s degree
1) International airfare.
2) Student accommodation.
3) Dinners for the end of the Program
4) Transportation to/from the spots to all meetings and activities.
5) Program materials provided to students.
6) Participation certificate.
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